Staffed with employees that have military backgrounds and current military connections, Voyig, LLC is dedicated and passionate about connecting Veterans with corporate America. Voyig provides a range of services to veterans including career placement and training and leadership programs specially developed for veterans, by veterans. Not only does Voyig provide support to our veterans, but they also provide unique staffing services to employers looking to add veterans to their workforce.
Today, Voyig is working closely with Goodman Networks, a wireless network solutions company based in Plano, Texas, to onboard approximately 300 new hires nationwide. Of those 300 new hires, Goodman has requested a minimum of 25% to be military veterans. With over 60 offices nationwide and more than 4900 employees, this presents a wonderful opportunity for some of our veterans to be part of great company with plenty of room for career growth.
Goodman Networks is looking for Installation Technicians and Field Service Technicians in cities like Houston, Boston, Baton Rouge, and many more. In order to successfully onboard its veteran hires, Goodman Networks, with Voyig’s help is offering a special paid training and certification program, leadership training opportunities, and much, much more.
Voyig is thrilled to be helping Goodman Networks place qualified veterans into their staff because Voyig knows how valuable veterans can be to the corporate workforce.
“Proactive, resilient, trustworthy, and accountable are just a few terms frequently used to describe veterans. A can-do attitude and ability to embrace change, which has been instrumental to their success in the military, are intangible skills ideally suited for today’s workforce challenges,” says James, Veteran and Director of Consulting at Voyig.
If you are interested in learning more about these opportunities or others that we have available, check out Voyig’s career listings.
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